Thank you all TBB.2018 attendees!
October 23, 2018
Each year, The Business Booster, the only event that brings together sustainable energy innovators, established industry players, investors and public sector institutions, is reinvented. The sixth edition which took place on 17-18 October in Copenhagen, was the biggest and most interactive one yet, providing all 800 attendees from 40 countries with more energy innovation opportunities and insights than ever before. Also, this year more than 1,000 business transactions were made using our new B2B tool!
During the event, we heard from two excellent keynote speakers: Michael Sen: Member of the Siemens Managing Board and Dr. Daniel Kammen: lead author for the IPCC, winner of 2007 Nobel Peace Prize and Professor at UC Berkeley. As well, industry experts hosted parallel sessions, sharing inside knowledge on how their companies have revolutionised the storage, transport, wind and smart city sectors.
While we were there we also launched our new inaugural impact report during a press conference and signed a Memorandum of Understanding with Altran, world leader in engineering R&D services.
We would like to thank all TBB.2018 sponsors, especially Vestas our platinum sponsor, for helping us accelerate the sustainable energy revolution and for helping make this year’s highly successful event a reality!
And we would like to congratulate CorPower Ocean on winning third prize, BeON for winning second and Pro-Drone for winning first prize in the pitching contest!
We look forward to another exciting TBB next year that will take place in Paris! Until then, let’s keep adopting sustainable energy innovations.
Check out a few of our favourite quotes from the event:
“The wind industry in only 15 years went from boutique services to industry scale!” Michael Sen, Member of the Siemens Managing Board.
“The most exciting part of innovation is the teamwork involved and lessons learned.” Dr. Daniel Kammen, lead author for the IPCC, winner of 2007 Nobel Peace Prize and Professor at UC Berkeley.
“Small start-ups cannot solve it alone, some larger corporations are worthwhile to cooperate with” Sara Bell, Founder and CEO, Tempus
“Solving climate change is the most exciting industry to be in” Lars Aagaard, CEO, Danish Energy Association, Danish Energy Association.